Madonna Sued Over Movie Debts
And in other news, she tries to stop kinky love letters being exhibited
Madonna has been hit with a lawsuit over alleged unpaid movie debts. The Queen Of Pop, who kicked-off her Sticky and Sweet world tour in trademark controversial style last weekend, is said to have borrowed over $400,000 in loans to finance the 2006 flick Material Girls. But according to Jay Dykes Jr, of Dykes and Dykes LLC who lent the money to Madonna (as well as her manager Guy Oseary on behalf of their Maverick Motion Pictures company), the superstar has failed to repay the loan. Dykes Jr also claims that he was never given the co-producer credit on the film that he was promised. The movie, described by many as rubbish, starred Hilary Duff. In other Madge news, the singer is currently trying to stop a series of saucy love letters from appearing in a London exhibition. The letters, written by her to former boyfriend James Albright, are among over 300 artifacts due to go on display in the exhibition at The Old Truman Brewery next year. Madonna has apparently instructed her lawyers to step in. The letters are said to be signed 'Spanky'.